Friday Haiku: Ready 4 Take Off

Cute tiny butterflies
Grow up from caterpillars
And fly to the sky

Photo By Bonnie Vculek/Associated Press, as seen on SFGate.

Friday Haiku: U Gotta Have Heart

Warm little puppeh
Has a big brown furry heart
Which he’ll give to you.

Photo by Jackie H.

Friday Haiku: Bee-lieve It!

Flying buzzer dude
Zooming here..there..everywhere
Fave singer is Sting

“My friend posted this on Facebook and it just really is the most ridiculously adorable bug. It’s like if a pussy-willow could fly!” -Hillary K.

Friday Haiku: Red Panda

Little Red Panda
Way up in the Forest Tree
Taking a short nap

Small Red Panda All Curled Up
From Mats Lindh.

Friday Haiku: Et Tu, Bru-Tay?

Gaze at your image
It’s often quite revealing
U can learn a lot

“Brutus thinks he is handsome and I agree. Brutus the rescue dog was having his first experience at the lake. He saw his reflection at first and then saw some water bugs.”-Dave A.

Friday Haiku: Clear For Takeoff

Bebeh flying friends
Leaving for a day of play
They’ll be back later

From Buzz via Imgur/Reddit.

Friday Haiku: 2 Pooped To Pup

It’s been a long week
But now the weekend is here
Sleep in tomorrow

From Cutest Paw Dot Com.

Friday Haiku Too: What’s Up, Croc?

This croc loves to rock
He wants to rock ’round the croc clock
‘Til he gets too tired.


“Despite wanting to nip as much as their adult counterparts do, these bebeh freshwater crocs are extremely soft, they squeak (much like Milo from Milo’s World) and they ooze cute from every scute.” –Anne F. from Sydney.

[“Scute?” Whatever, it rhymes- Ed]

Friday Haiku: Mr. Tiny

Tiny is the frog
Goes about his normal day
Then he meets Penny


“I found this little guy after a big rain while I was walking down the street. He is smaller than a dime! His name is “Mr.Tiny.” Note: We let him go in a moist area where he could survive easily after we took a few pictures.” -Cuteporter Pennymoon

Friday Haiku (By Two Of 6rabbits 4th Graders)

Tiny cute ducky
swims in water with new friends
kissable baby

Mallard Duckling at SF Bay Center
Photo by Cheryl Reynolds. Submitted by Andrew H. of International Bird Rescue. Read more about this duckster’s story here. Thanks to the many Peeps who gave it a go.


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